Sean Mulryan said Ballymore Properties had “grave concerns” about the health of the Irish property market in 2007 and believed the country was producing 30,000 housing units too many annually. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Irish developer Sean Mulryan does not believe he or his company Ballymore Properties played any part in the crash of the property market here in late (...)

Johnny Ronan: CIÉ is a separate entity to Nama but it is also a State agency. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

Johnny Ronan and the WLR Cardinal Mezzanine Fund are reported to be the front-runners to redevelop the CIÉ-owned site beside Tara Street railway stati(...)

Meath-based property investor Willie Smyth who founded the Fitzwilliam Business Centre in 1995.

Four bids have been received for a portfolio of serviced business centres, development land and retail parks with a face value of €287 million that(...)

Irish Nationwide’s exposure to Clearstorm is seen as an early warning sign it was out of control.  Photograph: Frank Miller

Accumulated losses in Clearstorm Ltd, a subsidiary of London-based Ballymore Properties, were reduced in its financial year to March 31st last to £106(...)

Seán Mulryan, one of four directors of Ballymore Properties Holdings Ltd. Photograph: Photograph: Alan Betson

The UK arm of Sean Mulryan’s Ballymore Developments returned to profit last year to record pre-tax profits of £4.3 million (€5.15 million). Acc(...)

Seán Mulryan: worked with Nama to pay down his loans and progress some of the many projects he had on the blocks.  Photograph: Alan Betson

So Seán Mulryan expects his Ballymore Properties to be free of the clutches of the National Asset Management Agency by 2015, a full five years before (...)

As many as 2,000 homes, office buildings, stores and leisure facilities may be developed on the site near Brick Lane and Shoreditch. Photograph: BJ Scantlebury

Hammerson Plc and Ballymore Properties Ltd plan to seek permission to build homes, stores and offices on a 4.2-hectare (10.5-acre) site near London’s (...)

An image of the original U2 Tower design. The new proposed building would have 18 storeys, half as many as the original project endorsed by the  rock band.

The National Asset Management Agency is seeking to resurrect a plan to build a residential property in Dublin known as the U2 Tower five years after t(...)